This database provides comprehensive statistics and information on various forms of gender (in)equality.
These online learning materials are meant to help instructors in STEM fields introduce their students to gender-related topics in their fields.
This brochure provides practical suggestions for how to use more inclusive language.
These videos provide catchy introductions to various topics surrounding equal opportunities and diversity.
This webpage brings together diverse information on the topic of sexualised violence in academia, including practical guides, bibliographies, and legal facts.
This literature review covers papers from 1985 to 2018 addressing the factors that contribute to gender disparity in research.
These websites provide large, open-access collections of gender research.
This data tool visualises the gender gap in academic publishing in the biomedical field.
This series of interviews critically discusses the challenges of being a women* in academia with a variety of researchers involved in the humanities.
This tri-annual report released by the European Commission provides detailed data on the status of gender equality in Research and Innovation.
This study models the rate of increase in gender parity in STEMM subjects.
This report from the German Federal Statistical Office includes statistics on the number of women employed in academia.
This study examines the tendency of female researchers to present their research less positively than male researchers.
This collection of articles and interviews addresses the benefits of removing gender stereotypes from study and career choices.
This study examines the effect of gender-fair language on the comprehensibility of texts.
This brochure provides comprehensive information on topics surrounding doing a PhD while raising a child.
This study reports statistics surrounding the number of women in leadership positions at institutions of higher education.
This article discusses a recent study on the gender pay gap among professors in Nord-Rhein Westphalia.
This series of text and video interviews asks female researchers and students about their experiences in STEM.